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How does ZFC manage to block Russell's paradox? I've read through the axioms extensively, and it's not clear how to prove Russell's paradox is impossible.
In particular, I'm talking about Russell's paradox that shows {x| x not in x} is not a well-defined set.
In particular, I'm talking about Russell's paradox that shows {x| x not in x} is not a well-defined set.